"Thank You" as written by Walter Worth Milsap Iii and Robert Le Valle Huggar....
Always
Always and forever
I'm sitting here I'm thinking back to a time when I was young
My memory is clear as day

I'm listening to the dishes clink
You were downstairs you would sing
Songs of praise

And all the times we laughed with you
And all the times that you stayed true to us
Now we say

I said I thank you
I'll always thank you
More than you could know
Than I could ever show

And I love you
I'll always love you
There's nothing I won't do to say these words to you
That you're beautiful forever

You were my mom, you were my dad
The only thing I ever had was you it's true
And even when the times got hard you were there to let
Us know that we'd get through

You showed me how to be a man
You taught me how to understand the things people do
You showed me how to love my god
You taught me that not everyone knows the truth

And I thank you
I'll always thank you
More than you could know
Than I could ever show

And I love you
I'll always love you
There's nothing I won't do to say these words to you
That you will live forever
Always


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"Thank You" as written by Calvin Broadus Kimberly Jones

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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